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The Monetary System of the Romans By Ian Sellars
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"The Monetary System of the Romans" provides a comprehensive and visual portrayal of the evolution of the Roman monetary system from its inception in the late fifth century BC to the bronze... More > reform of Anastasius in 498AD. It chronologically traces the key developments in the coinage of the Roman world, covering topics such as denominations, metrology, alloys, mints, monetary edicts and more. For every issuing authority, whether it be the Senate, imperator, usurper or emperor, exemplary specimens of each denomination are discussed and clearly illustrated. With 820 pages and over 2000 full colour high resolution photographs from the world's most esteemed auction houses, this novel format provides a comprehensive introduction to the subject of Roman numismatics and will be useful to both students of history and collectors alike.< Less
A New Monetary System By Stefan B Sigfried
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Was 2008 just a foreshock and something more terrrible is awaiting us? What will happen to your job, savings, pension, and the future of your children? Are any investments safe? In this book you will... More > find out why fiat money is a dishonest type of money and why economic theories fail us. How the US government, banks and smart people make money out of thin air. Money bubbles, the flaw in the gold standard. Deeper underlying problems with economic theories will be revealed. Understanding will give you an important edge to protect yourself, your family from the consequences of the coming crisis. But, to get real protection we need a new monetary system that is safe and beneficial for everyone, and for this we need to get politicians into power who think and act differently; today an engineering attitude is essential, simply because people with an engineering attitude know how to make things work. Stakes are high. Time is running out. This book is easy to read. Can you afford not to read it?< Less
Money, Banking and Monetary Policy By Thomas Bishop
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This textbook was written for undergraduate university students and discusses the traditional and evolving roles of money, non-monetary assets, banks and central banks in the financial system.
The Twilight of the Monetary System: And Dawn of a New Era of Economic Democracy By Richard J. Wilson J.D.
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The scientific advance of intelligent robots is steadily exiling more and more human beings from the workplace and pushing the monetary system into its twilight. The author shows us that, if we... More > create a new Econoscience, it could easily develop a new economic system and create a new era of economic democracy where everyone shares in the prosperity created by man and machine.< Less
The Federal Reserve System: Its Purposes And Functions By Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
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This is the ninth edition of The Federal Reserve System: Purposes and Functions. It has been revised by staff members of the Federal Reserve Board to reflect the changes that have taken place in the... More > monetary, regulatory, and other policy areas since publication of the eighth edition in 1994. It incorporates major changes in the law and in the structure of the financial system that have occurred over the past decade.< Less
True Wealth of Nations By Stefan B. Sigfried
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Imaginative economic schemes have led to a bubble economy. A fictitious economy has been created that does not create new true wealth but does serve a smart elite by transferring the "right of... More > wealth" to them. The reason why our society has increased in wealth is not "money" but because with time the accumulated sum of new ideas encapsulated in new technology has grown. Thus true wealth can only be created by new ideas - and the correct type of ideas, those that give us what we truly need. Money is in this sense only one small part of the millions of ideas and inventions that support our way of living today. This book outlines an engineering approach of how we can model our society. This way we can illustrate what is wrong so that we can get back to a focus on creating true wealth - rather than imaginative new economic schemes built on concepts where "money" is essential. Only by changing how we think about economic matters can we break free from the prison of economic thoughts that today dominate us.< Less
The utopian country By Giacinto Auriti
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A fundamental book to understand the real nature and function of the money. Any monetary reform will be uncompleted without the philosophic concept of the value of money and the discovery of the... More > induced value by Giacinto Auriti in the 70's . Monetarism needs a different approach, which cannot be purely economic, but must be holistic, philosophic and juridical one. The professor of the University of Teramo studied 35 years the monetary problematic to arrive at the induced value of the money and explain why cannot be issue by a private bank. Finally Professor Auriti completed the analysis about money, pointing out the difference between the symbol of the money, which has been privatised by the bank system, and the real value of money, which belong to the citizens.< Less
The utopian country By Giacinto Auriti
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A fundamental book to understand the real nature and function of the money. Any monetary reform will be uncompleted without the philosophic concept of the value of money and the discovery of the... More > induced value by Giacinto Auriti in the 70's . Monetarism needs a different approach, which cannot be purely economic, but must be holistic, philosophic and juridical one. The professor of the University of Teramo studied 35 years the monetary problematic to arrive at the induced value of the money and explain why cannot be issue by a private bank. Finally Professor Auriti completed the analysis about money, pointing out the difference between the symbol of the money, which has been privatised by the bank system, and the real value of money, which belong to the citizens. In the meantime professor Auriti has complained at the Italian Tribunal against the Bark of Italy, for fraud, criminal association and many other crimes.< Less
The Economic Consequences of the Peace By John Maynard Keynes
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Our modern financial architecture is largely based on the views of John Maynard Keynes, unarguably the most influential economist of the modern era. To fully understand it one must be aware of the... More > turmoil from which it arose. Keynes represented Britain in negotiations of the Treaty of Versailles, and the Treaty's dismissal of his ideas for favorable terms for Germany in part lead to further turmoil and eventually another war. Understanding Keyne's views and their formation in the wake of World War One are crucial to fully understanding the theoretical foundations of Bretton Woods and the entire the post World War II global financial system.< Less
The Savage Cruelty of Debt & Poverty In The Philippines By Eric Encina
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This book demonstrates how devastating are most IMF's and World Bank's projects and informs all peoples in the countryside of their financial-economic bill of rights. We mobilize them to form a... More > strong public opinion against the odious debts and poverty issues. Knowing all the effects and the root-causes of these urgent evils, we pressure the Governments to implement now the necessary change through urgent reforms. The most important is the money system creation. From being debt-based to debt-free economy, we find the schemes and mechanisms to provide financial-economic security to every citizen from the conception to the grave, at a very low cost and with less taxes for everybody, we can invest in more efficient projects for the common good.< Less